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You can use this block of AppleScript to loop through your tabs on a window: tell application "Safari" repeat repeat with i from (count of tabs of window 1) to 1 by -1 set thisTab to tab i of window 1 set current tab of window 1 to thisTab delay 1 end repeat end repeat end tell This will go ...


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Undo quitting of all applications Apple has slightly changed the wording but the location for this setting is still the same as in Lion: System Preferences → General → Close windows when quitting an application Undo quitting for a specific application This works only with Close windows when quitting an application disabled at the same time. ...


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This behavior is the resume feature. Disable using Terminal If you only want to disable resume for safari, type this in the terminal: defaults write com.apple.safari ApplePersistenceIgnoreState YES If you want to set the resume feature again, simply write NO using the same syntax. Disable using TinkerTool This application gives you access to ...


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Glims for Safari is your friend. After installation go to Safari > Preferences > Glims > Tabs Misc. and check "Set minimum tab labels size to favicon size". You'll get something like this…


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Here is the beginning of a very simple AppleScript that will open a new tab at the end of the current window, and then it will load a URL. The script will wait 5 seconds (to allow the page to load) and then it will close that tab. I am still working on it, but this should do it for you. Let me know if you need some more help, or if you would like me to ...


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The answer is no, Safari does not provide any built-in functionality or shortcut (to the non-existing functionality) to restore the last closed tab. The only functionality that Safari currently offers is: Reopen last closed window Undo Close Tab (as part of the Undo event chain) The first does just that, re-opens the last closed window, including all ...


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I've never experienced this in Safari, and I expect there is some sort of conflicting shortcut. Either that, or "quite frequently" your mouse focus is in Flash or Java, and shortcuts aren't being sent to the browser (which doesn't seem terribly likely given the frequency). Due to having switched to Safari after several years in a row of using Chrome and ...


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Put this in your userChrome.css: #tabbrowser-tabs > .tabbrowser-tab > .tab-stack > .tab-background * { background: none !important; } (Discovered by looking through browser.css and seeing these: #tabbrowser-tabs[tabsontop="false"] > .tabbrowser-tab > .tab-stack > .tab-background > ...


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There is an old trick I learned on a help desk well over 10 years ago which USUALLY still works. In the problematic document, turn on paragraph marks. It's in the ribbon under "Paragraph." or Press COMMAND-* (Mac) or CTRL-* (PC) [EG SHIFT COMMAND/CTRL 8]. Select All in the document. Use the edit menu or click in the document and COMMAND-A (Mac) or CTRL-A ...


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It is not possible to get a record with a single object specifier, but you can get a list: tell application "Safari" {URL, name} of tabs of windows end tell -- {{{"http://url1", "title 1"}, {"http://url2", "title 2"}}} For a record, you can use a repeat loop: set r to {} tell application "Safari" repeat with t in tabs of windows set end ...


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If you're trying to do it in a script, you might use something like this: tell application "Terminal" repeat with w in (get windows) repeat with t in (get tabs of w) if processes of t contains "man" then set selected of t to true set index of w to 1 end if --properties of t ...


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Go to the network preferences, select "Wi-Fi", and click "Advanced..." (you may have to click the lock in the bottom left first). Then, in the "Preferred Networks" list, delete any that you don't want. The passwords are saved separately, in the keychain. I have verified that removing an SSID from the list in the network preferences doesn't remove it from ...


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The middle click to close tab functionality isn't really a common OS X UI pattern. The standard keyboard shortcut for closing a tab is command ⌘W (which will also close non-tabbed windows, or windows with only one open tab). If you really want a Magic Trackpad gesture for closing tabs, you could use BetterTouchTool to map a gesture to ⌘W, but it would still ...


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If you already have the "Close windows when quitting an application" setting disabled, but certain apps don't restore their windows (while most other apps do), this fix worked for me: Open System Preferences -> General, and check the "Close windows…" setting. Close System Preferences Reopen System Preferences -> General, uncheck the same setting, and close ...


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Now it's working again. Steps i did: Disable and Enable again resume in System preferences → General Enable and Disable again extensions in Safari → Preferences. I don't have any extensions installed. The "abling" was just about the Safari's functionality I don't know what of these steps fixed it, but now it simply works :/ P.S.: Back to ...


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The answer has been found here: Ribbon tabs in Office/Word/Excel 2011 stop working While the majority of the tab isn't clickable, the very top edge of the tab is. So just click on its top border. It is slightly inconvenient, but better than risking the destruction of your installation. I've posted the remark on the Microsoft community forum. Hopefully ...



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